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Antique Map of Buckinghamshire - Christopher and John Greenwood 1834

Buckinghamshire antique map


Buckinghamshire Antique Map from Greenwood and Company's Atlas of England and Wales

Condition:Paper good, bold imprint, hand coloured, stain from mount on border.

Title: An antique map of Buckinghamshire dated 1834
Medium: Hand coloured engraving. Image Size: 580 x 675mm, 23 x 26.5" approx.
Order No. 2318 Price: SOLD Paper Size: 645 x 740, mm, 25.25 x 29 " approx.
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Christopher and John Greenwood
A surveyor of Wakefield, Christopher Greenwood (1786-1855) moved to London in 1818. He compiled and published large scale maps of the counties of England during the years 1817-1831 (the first to be completed was Yorkshire, surveyed 1815-17). From 1821 he was in partnership with his brother, James, who was also a surveyor and publisher (fl. 1821-40) and they traded together as C&J Greenwood.

They carried out entirely new surveys in opposition to the Ordnance Survey. Their accurate and detailed maps of the country took only 17 years to complete compared to nearly 100 years by the OS!

Old map of Buckinghamshire by Christopher and John Greenwood 1834

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